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Soundarya Lahari Series of Homam – 6/12

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Devi’s Mere Glance Can Create, Sustain and Destroy the Universe

Soundarya Lahari Homam

Sri Adi Shankara’s Soundarya Lahari is a mystical narrative of the Kundalini’s ecstatic movement from the Muladhara all the way up to Sushumna until the energy or Shakti merges with Lord Shiva in Sahasrara Chakra. It is meant for each and every individual who wish to understand the force that needs to awakened in the body in order to not only realise the supreme consciousness but also to attain the ultimate aim of life i.e. liberation from the cycle of birth and death. According to the Adi Shankararacharya, Devi resides in every individual in the Muladhara as Prithvi tatva, in the Swadhisthana as Aapas, in Manipura as Agni, as Vayu in Anahata, and as Akasha in Vishuddhi, as pure light in Ajna and after the ascension, She revels in ecstasy in the Sahasrara with Her lord (the Supreme Reality).

The sleeping, dormant force within each one of us is a Shakti or energy called Kundalini and the place where it resides is in the Muladhara. By constant successful practice, this sleeping energy can be awakened by two effective ways.

  • 1. Tapas- Which is meditation or pranayama which deals with holding of the breadth for slated periods of time. This is what the Yoga Shastras teach the followers.
  • 2. Mantras- When chanted with repetition for a fixed number of times at particular hours in a day, while focussing on a particular form of god or idol for whom the verses are dedicated to.

When this is done, the Kundalini ascends from Muladhara where it is dormant, to the Svadhishthana. Then with great effort and practice, this energy or Shakti is carried to the following centres in regular ascending order -- Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddhi and in the Ajna, the energy appears as a flash of lightning. This is the first step of Kundalini ascent which is from Muladhara to Ajna chakra. These six energy centres are joined together by imaginary lines which form two inverted triangles – a hexagon or a six-pointed star called Sri Chakra. The second step of Kundalini ascent consists of only one step where the energy or Shakti has to be taken to the Sahasrara from Ajna.

The Sahasrara is a thousand-petalled lotus that forms the Sri Chakra. It’s also the place of great lustre known as Chandra loka or a world of nectar. This is the dwelling of Sat or Sadasiva and Chit, the Suddha Vidya, also called Sadakhya, the 16th Kala of the moon. The merger of sat and chit should be ultimate goal of the aspirant to enjoy paramananda or bliss. But Kundalini never remains in Sahasrara for a long time. It returns to Muladhara to its original position. By repeated practice of awakening the Kundalini Shakti, the aspirant is able hold on to the force in the Sahasrara where the supreme consciousness Sadashiva meets with Shakti for a permanent union.

Adi Shankararacharya who has mastered the art of Kundalini has explained this very theory through the divine poem Soundarya Lahari which consists of 103 verses in all. For the sixth of the Soundarya Lahari series, mantras and yantras for verses 46-54 will be worshipped. Describing the beauty of the mother’s eyes and her glance which can create, sustain and destroy the universe, Adi Shankara says that despite weaknesses, a true seeker of spiritual path, needs to have a strong mind to achieve his ultimate goal in life – Moksha.

The ritual will be performed during the Jaya Parvati Vrata which is a five-day ceremony dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and is observed for the well-being of the family, their peace and prosperity. Worship of the Mother during this time bestows a long married life and also blessings of healthy children.

Soundarya Lahari Verses (46-54)

॥ 46 ॥

Lalāṭaṃ Lāvaṇyadyutivimalamābhāti Tava Ya-
Ddvitīyaṃ Tanmanyē Makuṭaghaṭitaṃ Chandraśakalam |
Viparyāsanyāsādubhayamapi Sambhūya Cha Mithaḥ
Sudhālēpasyūtiḥ Pariṇamati Rākāhimakaraḥ ||

Significance – The verse highlights meditation on Sahasrara and beyond and also touches upon Shodasi mantra. The saint Adi Shankara says that as a result of the union of Jivatman and Paramatman in the Sahasrara a nectar-like essence drips down and with that one’s spiritual goal is achieved. But the literal meaning, compares the goddess’ forehead with an inverted crescent moon which becomes full when joined by the crescent moon on her diadem.


  • Bestows male progeny.
  • Return of husband or wife after long absence.
  • Attain desired objectives.

॥ 47 ॥

Bhruvau Bhugnē Kiñchidbhuvanabhayabhaṅgavyasanini
Tvadīyē Nētrābhyāṃ Madhukararuchibhyāṃ Dhṛtaguṇam |
Dhanurmanyē Savyētarakaragṛhītaṃ Ratipatēḥ
Prakōṣṭhē Muṣṭau Cha Sthagayati Nigūḍhāntaramumē ||

Significance – Adi Shankara has put love and compassion in this verse by describing Devi’s eyes which he compares with a row of bumblebees on a string, and her eyebrows resemble the bow of Kamadeva. Her eyes radiate love and compassion and the vastness of it indicates material wealth and auspiciousness.


  • Obtaining grace of goddess for all round success.
  • Attaining all desires.
  • Achieving deep insight and intellect.
  • Power to control over situations and people.

॥ 48 ॥

Ahaḥ Sūtē Savyaṃ Tava Nayanamarkātmakatayā
Triyāmāṃ Vāmaṃ Tē Sṛjati Rajanīnāyakatayā |
Tṛtīyā Tē Dṛṣṭirdaradalitahēmāmbujaruchiḥ
Samādhattē Sandhyāṃ Divasaniśayōrantaracharīm ||

Significance – Meditation on Ajna chakra. The right eye of Devi is compared to the Sun and the left to the Moon, the third eye shines like blossoming lotus of gold or fire which causes twilight. A Sadhaka may be able to realise the universal consciousness, where a merger with lord Shiva take place and a person gets moksha.


  • Alleviate evil effects of planets.
  • Helps to attain all desires.
  • Success in all efforts.
  • Achieve immense happiness and peace.
  • Unexpected turn of events for betterment of life.

॥ 49 ॥

Viśālā Kalyāṇī Sphuṭaruchirayōdhyā Kuvalayaiḥ
Kṛpādhārādhārā Kimapi Madhurābhōgavatikā |
Avantī Dṛṣṭistē Bahunagaravistāravijayā
Dhruvaṃ Tattannāmavyavaharaṇayōgyā Vijayatē ||

Significance – The poetic saint describes the Devi’s glance with has the trappings of ashta drishti or eight vivid viewing angles such as Vishala, Kalyana, Ayodhya, Dhaara, Madhura, Bhogavati, Avanti and Vijaya. Thus her glance reflects vastness, auspiciousness, irresistible Universal vision, kindness, sweetness, the power of kundalini, kindness, path making illumination, and all-round success of all beings.


  • Ability to clear misunderstanding of situations and people.
  • Discovery of hidden treasures.
  • Cure of eye diseases.
  • Gain lost property.
  • Achieve blessings of travel to big town and metropolitan cities and heights of luxury.
  • Gain wisdom and knowledge.

॥ 50 ॥

Kavīnāṃ Sandarbhastabakamakarandaikarasikaṃ
Kaṭākṣavyākṣēpabhramarakalabhau Karṇayugalam |
Amuñchantau Dṛṣṭvā Tava Navarasāsvādataralā-
Vasūyāsaṃsargādalikanayanaṃ Kiñchidaruṇam ||

Significance – The Devi’s eyes which is bee-like delights in the taste of Nava Rasas or nine facial expressions and due to that the third eye which is the Ajna becomes red with jealousy. This indicates Agni which is the tattva that governs this particular verse and also touches upon the Kama Beeja mantra.


  • Prevention and quick cure of small pox and dysentery.
  • Enhances poetic instincts.
  • Achieve creative skills and wisdom.

॥ 51 ॥

Śivē Śaṛṅgārārdrā Taditarajanē Kutsanaparā
Sarōṣā Gaṅgāyāṃ Giriśacharitē Vismayavatī |
Harāhibhyō Bhītā Sarasiruhasaubhāgyajananī (Jayinī)
Sakhīṣu Smērā Tē Mayi Jananī Dṛṣṭiḥ Sakaruṇā ||

Significance – The Mother’s glance is described here as representing the ‘Nava Rasas’ upon seeing her consort Lord Shiva, which also denotes her nine-fold manifestation (Nava Durga). The verse also says that the Devi is in supreme, composite and static state and the lord’s deportment gives rise to ‘adbhuta’ and ‘santha’ which are part of her expressions.


  • Achieve high influence and grace of goddess.
  • Power to entice people.
  • Has potential to rejuvenate life of devotees.
  • Transforms a dull life to remarkably high energy, eventful lifestyle.

॥ 52 ॥

Gatē Karṇābhyarṇaṃ Garuta Iva Pakṣmāṇi Dadhatī
Purāṃ Bhēttuśchittapraśamarasavidrāvaṇaphalē |
Imē Nētrē Gōtrādharapatikulōttaṃsakalikē
Tavākarṇākṛṣṭasmaraśaravilāsaṃ Kalayataḥ ||

Significance –  The poetic saint talks about a very important aspect of Devi called Shringara Drishti which is an expression of love for Lord Shiva, and also that it disturbs the tranquillity of the lord. The hidden message is that even normal aspirants are affected by the influence of Cupid’s arrow, therefore one should have a strong mind-set to pursue the spiritual path.


  • Diseases related to the eyes and ear are resolved.
  • Strengthens eye sight and sense of hearing.

॥ 53 ॥

Vibhaktatraivarṇyaṃ Vyatikaritalīlāñjanatayā
Vibhāti Tvannētratritayamidamīśānadayitē |
Punaḥ Sraṣṭuṃ Dēvān Druhiṇaharirudrānuparatān
Rajaḥ Sattvaṃ Bibhrattama Iti Guṇānāṃ Trayamiva ||

Significance – The goddess’ three eyes that are smeared in splendid collyrium display three distinct colours red, white and black which represent three gunas rajas, sattva and tamas and also symbolize creation, sustenance and destruction that are presided over by the three gods, Brahma, Vishnu and Rudra. The verse stresses the fact that from creation to destruction, and again recreation all occur from the eyes of Devi.


  • Achieve powers of vision to foresee the future.
  • Ability to renew or restart career ventures.
  • Enhance personal relationships.

॥ 54 ॥

Pavitrīkartuṃ Naḥ Paśupatiparādhīnahṛdayē
Dayāmitrairnētrairaruṇadhavalaśyāmaruchibhiḥ |
Nadaḥ Śōṇō Gaṅgā Tapanatanayēti Dhruvamamuṃ
Trayāṇāṃ Tīrthānāmupanayasi Sambhēdamanagham ||

Significance – The compassionate eyes of Devi that shines with the colours of red, white and black have given to the beings the confluence of three rivers, Sone, Ganga and Yamuna to wash off sins. The three rivers signify the three nadis – Ida, Pingala and Sushumna which join together in the Ajna Chakra also known as third eye. Finally, Devi attains Shiva in the Sahasrara. They become one and the phenomenon is known as Shiva-Shakti ikya. A yogi who is able to experience this can have all his sins absolved.


  • Cleanses and rids of worst sins.
  • Cures venereal and kidney disease.
  • Relieves people of guilt.
  • Bestows scientific knowledge.
  • Elevates and purifies the soul.


Energized Yantra 49 – The yantra is a neat square design that is criss-crossed in the centre with tridents. Mantras are etched in the centre of the four divisions of the yantra. The energized yantra will transmit divine vibrations to enhance you living environment and personal space. Chanting of the mantra and Worship of the yantra grants the devotee blessings of achieving hidden treasures, gaining lost property, cure of eye diseases and extensive travel and heights of luxury.

Mode of Worship - Using our energized yantra sit facing North direction and chant the mantra 49, One thousand times daily for ten days. You can even chant Lalitha Ashtotharam offering vermillion at the centre of the yantra and Lakshmi Ashtotharam offering petals of red lotus flowers at the top triangle. Other offerings like cooked rice mixed with milk, honey, betel leaves and areca nuts can also be used.

Soundarya Lahari Homam (Verses 46-54)

Resolves Disputes, Cures Eye Disorders, Await Unexpected Surprises, Transform Life and Attain Hidden Treasures

The force or Shakti inherent in each one of us is substantial for realising our true self and also the almighty. Chanting the mantras and Worshipping the yantras of Soundarya Lahari gives miraculous advantages to the devotee. For the sixth of the 12 Soundarya Lahari Series of Homam, the yantra and mantra worship create phenomenal power that awakens the latent power within each one of us. From this segment of Soundarya Lahari Homam, where the focus is mainly on the Devi’s eyes and glance, receive divine blessings to cure eye ailments, strengthen eye sight and attain powers of foresight, great vision to look forward to the future, and wisdom. The ritual cleanses your worst sins, restarts career ventures, hones your creative sills and transforms a lethargic life into high energy. With the powerful blessings of Devi, a devotee can remove planetary dosha and take control of situations and people. If problems of lost property are causing worry, then the ritual help to retrieve the possessions with ease. Also the glance of the universal mother can fulfill your desires such as travelling to big destinations, achieve unexpected surprises in life that can enhance your life. Also, discover hidden treasures, boost personal relationships and get success in all efforts.

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Soundarya Lahari Special Yantra 49 Puja
Mantra Cures Eye Diseases, Fulfills Wishes, and Retrieves Lost Property

Soundarya Lahari Homam

Yantra puja is very significant and for this particular series Yantra 49 along with the mantra will be chanted to invoke the divine energies of Goddess Maha Tripura Sundari. This yantra is square-shaped structure that is crisscrossed forming four small triangles inside which are etched two syllable mantras to add great power to the yantra. At the corners of the square is seen the three-pronged sharp metal points making it a great tool of protection and power. Puja to yantra 49 will be performed at our homam centre for specific wish fulfillment of our devotees. Besides the chanting of mantras helps to cure eye diseases, ability to clear misunderstandings of situations and people, gain lost property and unravel hidden treasures.


Energized Soundarya Lahari Yantra 49
Bestows Travel to Big Cities, Luxury and Wisdom

Soundarya Lahari Homam

Yantra 49 of Soundarya Lahari will be energized for increased auspiciousness and strength. Install the yantra in your puja altar that is very neat and tidy. Apply turmeric and vermillion paste to it. Even flowers can be offered. Worship the Yantra with offerings such as plain cooked rice, cooked rice mixed with milk, honey and betel nut. Also a devotee can chant Lalitha Ashtotharam and Lakshmi Ashtotharam by offering red lotus at the top triangle of the yantra. The worship of the yantra opens wide opportunities to travel to big towns and metropolitan cities. It also confers luxury and wisdom.


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